Kate Middleton is branded as a woman of substance. Not only is she known for being a lover of children and charity works for she is, also, admired for her good looks and astonishing fashion statements. However, being a public figure, some critics think that the wife of Prince William had a cosmetic surgery done to achieve a flawless beauty.

Rumors claiming that Kate Middleton went under the knife spread like wildfire after a cosmetic surgeon shared "before" and "after" photos of the Duchess of Cambridge. It was said that the better half of Prince William got a baby Botox to prevent wrinkles and aging.

A certain Dr. Munir Somji talked about the noticeable reduction of fine lines on the Duchess' forehead. "The magic of baby Botox is that it does not leave you feeling so heavy and provides you with a subtle reduction of lines as well as a better eyebrow position. Now 90 [percent] of my patients have baby Botox and are happy even at 3-4 months post," he wrote about Kate Middleton's alleged cosmetic work in a now-deleted Instagram post. However, the Kensington Palace denied the allegations quickly.

An unnamed Royal insider, reportedly, told The New York Post that the claim is not true and that the Royal family never recommend such commercial activity. Despite this, some of Kate Middleton's detractors are still convinced that she got Botox. "Of course she gets botox and fillers! Why not? She has the money and people are constantly taking photos of her," a commenter wrote.

While it is not an impossible theory to believe in, it should be noted that the Royal Warrant Holders Association had not listed any plastic surgeons as of yet. In other words, it seems unlikely that Kate Middleton or even Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles or Prince Philip, have had their faces fixed. Thus, avid followers of Prince William's wife should take these speculations lightly until everything is proven true and correct.

Meanwhile, Kate Middleton and Prince William are set to host the inaugural regatta on August 9. This event, according to reports, aims to raise funds for eight of their royal patronages. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are, also, serving as skippers on individual sailing boats. It remains to be seen if Pippa Middleton's sister would laugh in victory again or if Prince Harry's brother would take the King's Cup trophy this time.

In 2014, the Royal couple sailed against one another with the Emirates Team at the New Zealand America Cup. Stay tuned to Business Times for the latest news and updates about Kate Middleton and Prince William!